Robert L. Ashenhurst
Knowledge-intensive rather than labor-intensive processes are being advanced to spur programming productivity.
Karen A. Frenkel
Models of large and complex systems can often be reduced to smaller sub-models, for easier analysis, by a process known as decomposition. Certain criteria for successful decompositions can be established.
P. J. Courtois
This Summary Report of The ACM Small College Task Force outlines resources, courses, and problems for small colleges developing degree programs in computing.
John Beidler, Richard H. Austing, Lillian N. Cassel
Both static and dynamic Huffman coding techniques are applied to test data consisting of 530 source programs in four different languages. The results indicate that, for small files, a savings of 22-91 percent in compression can …
David R. McIntyre, Michael A. Pechura
A display-screen management system for user interaction with an arbitrary application program is simple enough so that the end user controls the dialogue and screens yet powerful enough to provide for user specification of screen …
Leonard J. Bass
A voice interactive natural language system, which allows users to solve problems with spoken English commands, has been constructed. The system utilizes a commercially available discrete speech recognizer which requires that …
Alan W. Biermann, Robert D. Rodman, David C. Rubin, J. Francis Heidlage
Randomized protocols for signing contracts, certified mail, and flipping a coin are presented. The protocols use a 1-out-of-2 oblivious transfer subprotocol which is axiomatically defined.
The 1-out-of-2 oblivious transfer allows …
Shimon Even, Oded Goldreich, Abraham Lempel